Henrique Entratice

MSc

Biography

Henrique Entratice is a PhD student in Anthropology at NOVA FCSH / ISCTE-IUL.

He holds a law degree from Mackenzie Presbyterian University, where he developed research focused on the issue of Cultural Rights and Intangible Cultural Heritage. He immigrated to Portugal in 2017, when he attended the master’s degree in Entrepreneurship and Cultural Studies at ISCTE-IUL with a specialization in Cultural Management, concluded in 2019 with the presentation of the work “Preservação do patrimônio cultural imaterial brasileiro: tomada de decisão (decision-making) em três casos brasileiros”. He was Office Advisor to the Museum of the City of São Paulo, the Municipal Historical Archive of São Paulo and the Pavilion of Brazilian Cultures, institutions linked to the Municipal Secretary of Culture of São Paulo, Brazil. He has been an integrated researcher at the IHC since May 2021.

Among his research interests are cultural rights, legal protection of intangible cultural heritage, colonial transits of Amerindian artefacts and museum management. He develops his research in partnership with the Federal University of Goiás, Brazil.

Research fields

  • Intangible cultural heritage
  • Cultural rights
  • Legal anthropology
  • Colonial transits

Selected publications

  • Entratice, Henrique, “Apropriação Cultural e a Juridificação do Patrimônio Cultural Imaterial: as tomadas de decisão no caso da Cajuína,” in Vinte anos do Decreto de Registro do Patrimônio Cultural Imaterial Brasileiro, edited by Inês Virgínia Prado Soares and Youssef Campos. São Paulo: Juspodivm, 2020.
  • Entratice, Henrique. “Preservação do patrimônio cultural imaterial Brasileiro: Tomada de decisão (decision-making) em três casos Brasileiros.” Msc Thesis, ISCTE-IUL, 2019. [PDF]
  • Entratice, Henrique. “A Tutela Jurídica do Patrimônio Cultural Imaterial Brasileiro.” Bsc Thesis, Mackenzie Presbyterian University, 2016.

Main projects

  • Sobreviver em confinamento museológico: bonecas karajá, diplomacia cultural e memória ameríndia” — PhD thesis to be presented to the NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities, supervised by Ema Pires (University of Évora). Individual PhD project funded by the Foundation for Science and Technology (UI/BD/150942/2021). 2020-

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